Soldier Ride Manager (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 1, 2017
WWP provides good benefits and a modest pay range for their staff. Due to FLSA managers make less than the staff they supervise. All the staff working with the warriors are amazing. However, there is questionable middle and upper management. Since the fake news scary in 2016 by CBS leadership care more about outside perception and the image of the company over taking care of warriors. The organization has become highly bureaucratic and leadership doesn't share anything with their first level leaders. Opportunities for development for the manager and their teams are nonexistent. The staff that has been with WWP for years have been leaving in waves in the last 12 months due to the shift and lack of trust in upper leadership. There is very little growth available with the nonprofit.
Data Analyst (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – July 23, 2017
WWP is such a honorable experience, whether its being part of the career team or just having opportunity of meeting the members. The management team is helpful on all levels & very much informative. Working for WWP knowing you are helping, even in the smallest way, to our Warriors that protect us is a proud & endless feeling.
Welcome Coordinator (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – April 21, 2017
Everyone is committed to the cause of helping veterans. These are a group of young adults who are very passionate about their work. And solving problems that may arise. The office ran better before the female leads came on board. But I still love my environment here.
Cohort Member (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – April 6, 2017
Brought me into the civilian world. I attended college, participated in physical development, social development, and cognitive training five days a week. I learned many coping skills as well as social skills.
Driver (Former Employee) – Ft. Benning, GA – February 9, 2017
Very interesting place to work. It kept you on your toes, throughout the day, as you encounter soldiers with different problems that had to be addressed. As the day continued you found yourself not only being a driver but sometime as a listening ear for someone who need somebody to talk with. Sometime you could give advice being a much older disabled veteran, then again you knew from experience not to say anything just sit there and lend a ear.
Made you feel you made a difference in someone life.
Sometimes encounter veteran who were in very bad condition.
Cohort Member (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – February 9, 2017
My experience at Wounded Warrior Project was an absolute blast. I enjoyed every second I attended WWP and I learned various skills while I was there. I would recommend WWP for anyone who wants to learn how to communicate and network.
N/A (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – February 3, 2017
I have applied with company several times on different levels, I have never heard anything back. I know that I am qualifies experience and education I have heard negative things about this company and their hiring policies that does not match how they hire or consider people for employment
Alumni Member (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – January 26, 2017
Wounded WArrior Project helped me to adjust back to civilian life again after i was injured in the line of duty twice and forced to retire from the Navy. They helped me to adjust to struggles i was having and helped me connect to similar stories and amazing people.
Outreach Coordinator (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – January 9, 2017
I served my country to give back to it. There is nothing more to say other than I loved it. Even the bad days were good. Now I'm just adding words because there is minimum of 20 words, but for some reason the counter is off or they just want more material. So I hope you enjoyed reading this, and I have a great day.